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“The Shallows” Movie Review

“The Shallows” Movie Review

The Shallows (PG-13) is a great movie directed by Jaume Collet-Serra and written by Anthony Jaswinski. The main character, Nancy Adams, is played by actor, Blake Lively. The suspense-filled movie was released on June 24th, 2016. The film costed about 17 million dollars to make but, made quite a profit afterwards, earning 16.7 million dollars […]

Upcoming Movie Failures: 2017 Hollywood Preview

Upcoming Movie Failures:  2017 Hollywood Preview

Another year, and another time to look into Hollywood’s upcoming failures:  Movies. Are you as excited as I am? Probably, because I’m not. “Justice League” – It’s another Zack Snyder movie. Because we all know that “Man of Steel” and “Batman V. Superman” was a success. Financially, anyway. If Hollywood has taught me anything, it’s […]

Alice Through the Shortcoming

Alice Through the Shortcoming

“Alice Through the Looking Glass,” a 2016 film directed by James Bobin, was a very big disappointment compared to the original “Alice in Wonderland” directed by Tim Burton. Both movies are around 2 hours long with the original being a little shorter than the new version. The story is completely random with everyone jumping around […]

N. Craig’s Top Ten Horror Movies of All Time

N. Craig’s Top Ten Horror Movies of All Time

Halloween is coming up and in order to get your jump scares in the Tribune’s resident scary movie expert Nik Craig is counting down the top ten horror movies of all time: 10: Rosemary’s Baby (Roman Polanski, 1968) Released in 1968, Rosemary’s Baby follows a young married couple, Rosemary (Played by Mia Farrow), and her […]

Ancient Memeopotamia: The History of Memes

Ancient Memeopotamia: The History of Memes

The meme professionals here at the Tribune spent day and night thinking of the first meme ever conceived. No one person is one-hundred percent sure of the first meme but one thing we can all agree on is this, the first meme known to almost all of man… Troll Face, the face of ancient Memopotamia. […]

School Gotcha Down? Don’t Worry Memes are in Town

School Gotcha Down?  Don’t Worry Memes are in Town

First day of school, we know it won’t be the best day of your life. Worst, maybe.  Mom on the first day of High School. MOM. STOP. PLEASE. Trying to motivate yourself halfway through the school year. this is a total guess. For all we know, you’re failing every class, and crying on the inside. […]

From the Oscars to the Razzies: The Rise And Fall of M. Night Shyamalan

From the Oscars to the Razzies: The Rise And Fall of M. Night Shyamalan

You know that saying “Nobody is useless, you can always serve as a bad example?” The career of writer/director M. Night Shyamalan is a perfect example of that. He went from being compared favorably to Spielberg after the release of The Sixth Sense, to a gradual and public downfall culminating with his recent releases The […]

Darian Bolin’s Oscar Picks

Darian Bolin’s Oscar Picks

The nominations for the 2016 Academy Awards were announced recently. Arguably the biggest event of the year for films and film lovers, the Academy Awards is an annual awards ceremony held by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences to honor cinematic achievements in the film industry. It’s also the oldest entertainment awards ceremony, […]

Pixar to Release “The Good Dinosaur” around Thanksgiving

Pixar to Release “The Good Dinosaur” around Thanksgiving

The Good Dinosaur, a new 3D animated comedy adventure film from Pixar animation studios, is based on an alternate timeline where dinosaurs never became extinct. The movie, directed by Peter Sohn, revolves around a young dinosaur, Arlo, whose father was killed in an accident. Arlo accidently falls into a river and is carried far away […]

Interview with Jeremy Scott of CinemaSins

Interview with Jeremy Scott of CinemaSins

If you’re like a lot of people in the world, you like movies. And if you like movies, you’ll probably agree that even the best movies have some sort of issue with them. That’s the rationale behind CinemaSins, a YouTube channel dedicated to pointing out “sins” in movies, be they cliches, plot holes, moments of […]

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